With Halloween in the rear view, many companies are hopping straight to celebrating a holiday almost two months away. Dodge is getting a jump on the pack with this hellish creation, the Red Eye sleigh.
A new trailer for the upcoming 1.28 update for Gran Turismo Sport hit the web today, and it reveals even more new cars that are set to arrive in the game while giving us an even better look at the content we already knew about.
Less than a week ago we told you about a report from Car and Driver signaling the return of the Viper. At that time we were a bit skeptical since the rumor lacked a source. Now in a Tweet from Todd Lassa from Automobile magazine, it looks like we were right to question it.
Fiat Chrysler axed the Viper program last year, marking the end of a 25-year history. Now, according to Car and Driver, the Viper is poised to make a comeback in 2020 or 2021 — just with a few key differences.
Horsepower is a glorious thing. That’s why for this week’s Want we are taking a look at a pair of cars with a combined output of 1,485 ponies. That’s right, a double helping of high octane goodness with the last of the Dodge Viper and Demon.
When you have ghosts, you call the Ghostbusters. However, when you have demons, you call an exorcist. With sights set squarely on the Dodge Demon, the Hennessey Exorcist looks to blitz it in the quarter mile.
The strapping Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat has become the subject of another audio evaluation in GT Sport. Carried out by MotoGamesTV once more, the footage puts together GT Sport’s latest direct-capture audio sample of the car against the one found in Forza Motorsport 6.